"This is how a Zulu man proposes": SA reacts to man's proposal to bae

"This is how a Zulu man proposes": SA reacts to man's proposal to bae

- A clip of a man proposing to his girlfriend in a very simple way in front of her family and friends has gone viral

- In the clip, the man simply places the box with the ring in her hand while speaking excitedly for everyone around them to hear

- South Africans reacted to the clip thousands of times, many of them sharing their thoughts in the comment section

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Proposals are often mushy and romantic but this guy decided to be different - getting straight to the point. In a clip that was uploaded to Twitter, the man can be seen putting the ring box into his woman's hand.

Surrounded by family and friends, @Mhayise decided that the best way to propose to his lady was to tell her exactly what's on his mind, forgoing the bending of knees and the usual flowers that men usually opt for when proposing.

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'This is how a Zulu man proposes.," he captioned the short Twitter clip.

Of course, locals were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the unique proposal but not before liking the post over one thousand times. Read a few of their interesting comments below.

@Lonkosi said:

'She’s gorgeous.'

@Ondi_F said:

"OMG. This is so different.... why are Zulu men like this?"

@lehearto said:

"My favourite type of proposal."

@L_E_S_E_D_I_M said:

"This seems so genuine and unpretentious! look at her."

@Boitumelo_tsela said:

"Congratulations, that was an amazing proposal."
A local man proposed to his woman

South Africans loved a man's simple proposal. Images:@Mhayise
Source: Twitter

In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a young South African man recently proved that sometimes taking a chance and responding to a message from a stranger on social media may just end in tears of joy. Taking to his Facebook, Renaldo Ramiah shared a pic of himself and his new bride.

In his caption, the young man advises other singles who are looking for love to respond to inbox messages and direct messages on social media sites because they may find their soulmates the same way he did.

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"The reason why you should reply to your inboxes and dm's #ramiahwedding2020 #mygorgeouswife #shehadmeathello," he capitoned the heartwarming Facebook post.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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